The ATEN VS0102 2-Port VGA Splitter with Audio is VGA splitter that allow a single VGA video and audio signal to be distributed to two output displays with independent stereo control. The splitter support up to 450MHz video bandwidth, which provides optimum video quality, supported by resolutions up to 1920x1440.
Furthermore, for complete systems integration, serial control is standard through the VS0102 built-in RS-232 ports, which allow the splitter to be controlled through a high-end controller or PC.
The VS0102 is perfect for conference rooms, training facility & multi-display broadcasting, with cascadable support up to three levels allowing a single video signal to be sent across up to 8 video displays while sustaining the highest quality possible.
1x 2-Port VGA Splitter with Audio
1x Power Adapter
1x User Instructions
One video input to 2 video outputs
Superior video quality – up to 1920 x 1440 @ 60Hz
Supports up to 450MHz bandwidth for high performance video
Long distance transmission – up to 30m *
Supports VGA, SVGA, UXGA, WUXGA, and multisync
EDID Expert – selects the optimum EDID settings for smooth power-up and highest quality display
Expandable – provides up to 8 video displays
Features RS-232 serial port for command controls **
RS-232 chain control – use RS-232 commands to control cascaded devices via VGA cable
Supports stereo audio
Plug-and-play – no software installation required
Note: * Video content sent over very long distance using a VGA cable might result in slight degradation of the video signal and quality ** The VS0102 AP and GUI operation instructions can be downloaded from the ATEN website (www.aten.com)
1 x HDB-15 Male (Blue)
2 x HDB-15 Female (Blue)
Up to 1920 x 1440
Up to 30 m
1 x Mini Stereo Jack Female (Green)
2 x Mini Stereo Jack Female (Green)
1 x DB-9 Female (Black)
EDID Mode: Port 1 / Auto / Default
1 x DC Jack
-20 - 60°C
0 - 80% RH, Non-Condensing
0.46 kg ( 1.01 lb )
Dimensions (L x W x H)
13.00 x 7.61 x 4.40 cm (5.12 x 3 x 1.73 in.)
For some of rack mount products, please note that the standard physical dimensions of WxDxH are expressed using a LxWxH format.